After returning to campus from Thanksgiving break, all unvaccinated undergraduate students are required to get tested for COVID-19.
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The on-campus pro-life club demonstrated outside of the Hemmingson Center, resulting in protests from those with opposing viewpoints.
More information has come forward regarding the incident on Sept. 14 involving a man who caused a disturbance to a class in College Hall.
An email update Wednesday states that the unarmed man entered the classroom while yelling degenerative insults at the class.
As COVID-19 cases steadily rise at GU, the SRHD announced all adults over the age of 16 will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine starting April 15.
The New Students and Family Programs department will be the product of Parent and Family Relations and First Year Experience coming together to provide a more cohesive experience for students.
Gonzaga's Health and Counseling Services will be focusing their COVID-19 testing efforts on those who exhibit symptoms rather than offering walk-in testing for asymptomatic students.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues into spring semester and the protocol for GU and Washington State have been updated.
At Monday's Town Hall, topics such as how campus security responds to hate crimes were discussed in light of the attack on GU's BSU.
GU announced a list of administrators that will be panelists in the Town Hall, which will take place Dec. 7 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. PST.